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Fatal vs. Mortal

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Fataladjective

Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or destiny.

Mortaladjective

Susceptible to death by aging, sickness, injury, or wound; not immortal.

Fataladjective

Foreboding death or great disaster.

Mortaladjective

Causing death; deadly, fatal, killing, lethal (now only of wounds, injuries etc.).

Fataladjective

Causing death or destruction.

‘a fatal wound; a fatal disease; that fatal day; a fatal mistake’;

Mortaladjective

Fatally vulnerable.

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Fataladjective

(computing) Causing a sudden end to the running of a program.

‘a fatal error; a fatal exception’;

Mortaladjective

Of or relating to the time of death.

Fatalnoun

A fatality; an event that leads to death.

Mortaladjective

Affecting as if with power to kill; deathly.

Fatalnoun

(computing) A fatal error; a failure that causes a program to terminate.

Mortaladjective

Human; belonging to man, who is mortal.

‘mortal wit or knowledge; mortal power’;

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Fataladjective

Proceeding from, or appointed by, fate or destiny; necessary; inevitable.

‘These thing are fatal and necessary.’; ‘It was fatal to the king to fight for his money.’;

Mortaladjective

Very painful or tedious; wearisome.

‘a sermon lasting two mortal hours’;

Fataladjective

Foreboding death or great disaster.

‘That fatal screech owl to our houseThat nothing sung but death to us and ours.’;

Mortaladjective

Very drunk; wasted; smashed.

Fataladjective

Causing death or destruction; deadly; mortal; destructive; calamitous; as, a fatal wound; a fatal disease; a fatal day; a fatal error.

Mortalnoun

A human; someone susceptible to death.

‘Her wisdom was beyond that of a mere mortal.’;

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Fataladjective

bringing death

Mortaladverb

(colloquial) Mortally; enough to cause death.

‘It's mortal cold out there.’;

Fataladjective

having momentous consequences; of decisive importance;

‘that fateful meeting of the U.N. when...it declared war on North Korea’; ‘the fatal day of the election finally arrived’;

Mortaladjective

Subject to death; destined to die; as, man is mortal.

Fataladjective

(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin;

‘the stock market crashed on Black Friday’; ‘a calamitous defeat’; ‘the battle was a disastrous end to a disastrous campaign’; ‘such doctrines, if true, would be absolutely fatal to my theory’; ‘it is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it’; ‘a fateful error’;

Mortaladjective

Destructive to life; causing or occasioning death; terminating life; exposing to or deserving death; deadly; as, a mortal wound; a mortal sin.

Fataladjective

controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined;

‘a fatal series of events’;

Mortaladjective

Fatally vulnerable; vital.

‘Last of all, against himself he turns his sword, but missing the mortal place, with his poniard finishes the work.’;

Fataladjective

causing death

‘a fatal accident’;

Mortaladjective

Of or pertaining to the time of death.

‘Safe in the hand of one disposing Power,Or in the natal or the mortal hour.’;

Fataladjective

leading to failure or disaster

‘there were three fatal flaws in the strategy’;

Mortaladjective

Affecting as if with power to kill; deathly.

‘The nymph grew pale, and in a mortal fright.’;

Mortaladjective

Human; belonging to man, who is mortal; as, mortal wit or knowledge; mortal power.

‘The voice of GodTo mortal ear is dreadful.’;

Mortaladjective

Very painful or tedious; wearisome; as, a sermon lasting two mortal hours.

Mortalnoun

A being subject to death; a human being; man.

Mortalnoun

a human being;

‘there was too much for one person to do’;

Mortaladjective

subject to death;

‘mortal beings’;

Mortaladjective

involving loss of divine grace or spiritual death;

‘the seven deadly sins’;

Mortaladjective

unrelenting and deadly;

‘mortal enemy’;

Mortaladjective

causing or capable of causing death;

‘a fatal accident’; ‘a deadly enemy’; ‘mortal combat’; ‘a mortal illness’;

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